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    has anyone found a cruise control that will work on a TW200? thanks,magoo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmagoo View Post
    has anyone found a cruise control that will work on a TW200? thanks,magoo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmagoo View Post
    has anyone found a cruise control that will work on a TW200? thanks,magoo.


    What kind of cruise control are you looking for? Electronic or Friction Lock Style?



    You can easily install a friction lock style cruise control-search web for motorcycle cruise control- you probably will run into---Breakaway, Throttlemeister, Madco, etc.



    Electronic Cruise Controls will be quite expensive and will require some installation creativity to set up-since there is no plug and play cruise control made specifically for the TW200.



    Here is a link to a supplier of electronic cruise controls for motorcycles: http://www.mccruise.com/MotorCycle-Cruise-Control.html



    Also if you like to tinker--- You might find some lawn tractor cruise controls that might work on a TW200-just a thought-might be cheap to get. (ie Kohler engine tractor cruise control).



    Just some thoughts -- hope you find some of this helpful.



    Hopefully others on this site may be more helpful than my suggestions.





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    Carefully drill and Tap a 1/4-20 hole in your throttle clamp right beside the grip. Get a nylon 1/4/-20 machine screw and screw it in to hole the throttle open. Do not use aluminum or steel machine screws. The cable is behind there and you will damage it with metal screws, be careful when drilling as well.



    If you need a little extra friction to hold the screw in place when it is loosened from the throttle, wrap with Teflon tape then screw it in.

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    I use one of these, and it's great! http://www.crampbuster.com/ Simple, easy on and off, and works great. Just rest your palm on it and boogey along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    Vista Cruise.
    with the vista cruise,can you use the standard or the universal,also do you have to move anything to fit it in,grip or lever? thanks for all the info.magoo

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